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The subscription-based social network for Call of Duty will close this week, says Activision.
The studio behind Candy Crush Saga has withdrawn its attempt to trademark the word “candy” in the US.
PAX Aus event management team ReedPOP has appointed Ben Williams as its new Account Manager for the 2014 games expo.
IGN. Eurogamer. GameSpot. CVG. These are some of the biggest names in games media, all gracing the monitors of gamers the world over on a daily basis.
Video streaming via Twitch will launch on Xbox One in March.
On its opening weekend in Japan, the PS4 sold just shy of four times the number of units as the PS3 at launch.
Last week in a shock announcement, Take-Two and Ken Levine announced that Irrational Games – the studio behind BioShock – was being closed.
Steam Early Access title Rust has already generated more than $30 million in sales, says the game's creator.
Dean ‘Rocket’ Hall says he plans to quit Bohemia Interactive by the end of the year, leaving DayZ in the hands of the studio’s team.
Microsoft has trimmed £30 off the price of the Xbox One in the UK, and will throw in a copy of Titanfall, too.
The long-awaited return of Thief headlines this week's new retail releases.
The prospects of a sequel to The Last of Us hang in the balance, according to creative director Neil Druckmann.
PlayStation Vita role-playing game Demon Gaze will launch in Australia and New Zealand on April 25, says NIS America.
Lightning Returns takes top spot in New Zealand, too.
Final Fantasy XIII: Lightning Returns debuts at number one this week.
Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate is making the move from handheld to home consoles and PC, says Warner Bros.
Citrus Media has appointed David Milner as editor of the Australian edition of Game Informer.
The pre-order offer for Wolfenstein: The New Order confirms that a new Doom title is actually in development.
Xbox One racer Forza Motorsport 5 has sold more than one million copies, says Microsoft.
The studio behind BioShock and BioShock Infinite has laid off most of its staff, says creative director Ken Levine.
Activision says Skylanders will be more evenly distributed throughout the year to reduce the annualised focus of the brand.
Sega Sammy has resurrected Atlus as a development brand.
"The whole 'old guard' where you get a Game Informer cover and an E3 reveal is dead," says Cliff Bleszinski.
Sony says the PS4 has now sold 5.3 million units worldwide.